In this resource from the?National Center for Learning Disabilities, you will learn about what is assistive technology (AT), what assistive technology can and cannot do, and how to guide your decision-making about what AT is the best match for your child.
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Here you can download a list of reading tools and writing tools for organization, dictation, and editing. You will find also apps and tools for notetaking and studying, as well as apps to help with math, time management and homework help.
Using both multisensory structured language instruction and assistive technology is essential for dyslexic children. This key insight outlines how to create a blended approach, supporting your child's strengths while helping them gain mainstream skills. It explains how to keep their emotional health and confidence high all the while. Excerpt from “The Dyslexia Empowerment Plan” by Ben Foss.
The Yale Center for Dyslexia and Technology provides very practical how-to' articles for getting started with Livescribe, Dragon Naturally Speaking, speech-to-text, and choosing a tablet for your student.
Here you’ll learn the basics of assistive technology for reading and writing support. We’ll help you understand how to evaluate your child’s specific needs and how determine which tools might work best. We’ll teach you how to pick the right assistive technology and we’ll help you implement it into your child’s life.